We can define BIM as a process that incorporates consistent information or data about an assignment or project. It defines the various stages from drawing blueprints and devising structures to the final operations.
BIM covers a wide area from spatial equations and geographic data to the measure and extent of building components utilized. It is used primarily to exhibit the entire building lifecycle.
Substantial design may be referring to reliable, efficient and good designs for building projects. Building design is perhaps, one of the biggest advantages of BIM. A substantial building design can be derived by gaining insight into a building’s performance through design analysis and optimization.
Much of the statistics needed to maintain performance analysis, when using BIM, is captured as the designing proceeds.
BIM can give designers a fair idea about how the building structure may look, even in the primary phases of designing.
Equipped with this information, they can assess better and more feasible design options.
By integrating design and analysis, BIM helps in the estimates needed to optimize building performance.
BIM also helps make drawings and details directly from a model.
We are currently providing our Revit customers with a wide variety of building information models.